The dietary protein and(or) lysine requirements of barrows and gilts. NCR-42 Committee on Swine Nutrition.

@article{Cromwell1993TheDP,
  title={The dietary protein and(or) lysine requirements of barrows and gilts. NCR-42 Committee on Swine Nutrition.},
  author={Gary L. Cromwell and Tilford R. Cline and Joe D Crenshaw and Thomas D. Crenshaw and Richard Ewan and Cameron R. Hamilton and Antonia J Lewis and Donald C Mahan and Edgar R Iii Miller and James Pettigrew},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1993},
  volume={71 6},
  pages={1510-9}
}
A cooperative research study involving three experiments and 2,318 pigs was conducted at 12 research stations to evaluate the protein (lysine) requirements of barrows and gilts. The two sexes were penned separately and fed fortified corn-soybean meal diets containing protein levels ranging from 12.0 to 17.2%. Lysine levels in these diets ranged from .52 to .90%. Protein levels in Exp. 1 were 12, 14, and 16%; in Exp. 2, protein levels were 13, 14, 15, and 16%; and in Exp. 3, they were 13.2 15.2… CONTINUE READING

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